Donation for Four-legged Friends

Dec 20th, 2011 | By | Category: Features, Spotlight

From a recent tractor-trailer accident, it was left up to Bolus Towing, headquartered in Scranton, Pa., to donate or dispose of over 30,000 lbs. of dry dog food. Bolus Towing, with heavy-duty operations in Gibson, Conyngham, Bloomsburg, Mt. Pocono, as well as Scranton, chose the True Friends Animal Welfare Center in Montrose because it’s a no-kill facility that survives on donations. Bolus’ intention is to help provide our four-legged best friends with stability and longevity.

Bolus wishes everyone at True Friends (and our four-legged friends) a Merry Christmas.

Bottom: Linda Staudenmayer, manager; middle: (left to right) Kim McCain, volunteer; Brooke Arnold, volunteer; Raina Upright, staff; Gary Hodovanec, Bolus Towing; Kim Evans, staff; Maureen Brahm, staff; Bob Bolus with Spencer; Mark Peruki, volunteer; Dory Browning, director; Sean Davis, volunteer; Jeff Hartshorn, Bolus Towing. Top: (left to right) Sean Christ, volunteer; Billy Edwards, volunteer; Greg Hempstead, staff.Bottom: Linda Staudenmayer, manager; middle: (left to right) Kim McCain, volunteer; Brooke Arnold, volunteer; Raina Upright, staff; Gary Hodovanec, Bolus Towing; Kim Evans, staff; Maureen Brahm, staff; Bob Bolus with Spencer; Mark Peruki, volunteer; Dory Browning, director; Sean Davis, volunteer; Jeff Hartshorn, Bolus Towing. Top: (left to right) Sean Christ, volunteer; Billy Edwards, volunteer; Greg Hempstead, staff.